88Comrade2000 Posted March 6, 2006 Share Posted March 6, 2006 It appears to me and we will know more later that the small market teams will be getting what they want. For all the talk of big market teams holding things up, it appears that small market teams where whining like babies. Saying they won't approve a deal unless their needs are taken care off. They are getting their way with cash over cap. They probably get their way in some form of new revenue sharing. I know this, the nfl better say that until a small market maximizes is revenue potential that can't get any revenue sharing beyond what they do now. So, Paul Brown Jr- sell the naming rights to that stadium. Same thing for Ralph Wilson. Okay get the city/county to sell the naming rights and split that with the team. Think they don't own their stadiums. Also, raise the minimum cap level. Every year we see teams that never spend to the cap and some of these very same teams want extra revenue or to limit what spending teams can spend. Well, if you are going to do that; then you better be raising the minimum spending to say 80% the cap. I think that's something higher than what we have now. So anyone getting angry over the fact it appears the small market teams maybe getting the better part of any new C.B.A.? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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